Did you know that you can get additional 600 points if your profile is nominated by one of the 13 provinces and territories in Canada?
With the help of Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), immigrants with a lower Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score can still attain a Permanent Resident status in Canada.If you have the required skills, education and work experience to contribute to the economy of any of the provinces or territories, this program can help you find work in Canada.
Canada comprises of ten provinces and three territories. Each of these provinces and territories have an independent set of immigration rules and regulations.Immigrants who aspire to migrate to a province or territory are required to secure a nomination from their desired website.This program is intended to help students, entrepreneurs, skilled worker or semi-skilled workers to find jobs in Canada.
Applying or the Provincial Nomination Program (PNP)is achallenging process for workers trying to immigrate to Canada. The Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) has a limit of 1000 applicants. Since competition is high, the window to apply closes quickly. APT immigration experts submit your profile before the window ends.
All provinces and territories have individual websites that contain updated nomination guidelines and eligibility criteria. Apt immigration agents will look for matches of your occupation on the websites.
The next step is to apply for nomination. Qualified applicants are nominated by a respective province or territory. APT immigration consultants guide you through the process to increase your chances of being nominated.
Express Entry streams take six months or less. Since the Express Entry system is fairly new, processing time may vary. Our immigration experts check the portal for updates regularly for every applicant. Once your application is processed, we notify you within 24 hours.
APT immigration advisors assist you through every step of the PNP process.
Completion – the application completes at the port of entry. Arriving in Canada is the last stage of the PNP process. The APT immigration team helps applicants settle after they land in Canada. To streamline your migration, we provide consultations in-line with the immigration department.
APT immigration consultants will create a detailed assessment of your profile to find a suitable province or territory for your occupation. Although beneficial, The Provincial Nominee Program is complicated and takes time to comprehend. The dedicated support team at APT is trained to assist aspiring immigrants to have the best chance of being nominated.
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